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CHEM 2510: Organic Chemistry I

School: Ohio State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 4

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Evolutionary Implications of Cytochromes vs. Hemoglobin and Myoglobin
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In this video, we delve into the fascinating world of evolutionary adaptations in heme-containing proteins.

Molecular Formulas: Lewis Structures for N2, HCN, CO2, C3H6, and More
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Discover Lewis structures for various molecular formulas, including N2, HCN, CO2, C3H6, and more. Explore their chemical bonding and structural arrangements.

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Ionic Character Comparison: Analyzing NaBr vs. HBr and BrCl vs. FCl
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Discover the analysis of ionic character in compounds based on electronegativity differences. Learn about the contrasts between NaBr vs. HBr and BrCl vs. FCl. Grasp why NaBr and FCl showcase greater ionic character than their paired compounds.

Mastering Molar Mass: Calculations for Key Chemical Compounds
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Discover how to calculate the molar mass of various chemical compounds, including Mercury(I) chloride, Calcium sulfate dihydrate, Chlorine pentoxide, and Sodium hydrogen sulfate. Learn the step-by-step process and atomic mass calculations for accurate results.

Dimethylamine vs. Trimethylamine: Structures & Boiling Points
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Uncover the science behind boiling points and molecular interactions in this video. Explore why Dimethylamine boils at a higher temperature than Trimethylamine, despite having a lower molecular weight, and gain insights into the role of molecular structures in determining physical properties.

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